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PP-R PIPES
for hot & cold water
and heating systems

APPLIED NORMS

8077 - ()

DIN 8077 - Polypropylene (PP) pipes'

8078 - ()
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16962 -

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1 2

dimensions

DIN 8078 - Polypropylene (PP) pipes'


general quality requirements
and testing

DIN 16962 - Pipe joints and elements for


polypropylene (PP) pressure
pipelines, type 1 and 2;

DIN 1988 - Drinking water line installation

1988 -

2207 -

DVS2207 - Welding regulation for plastic


pipes

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RAW MATERIAL


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Polypropylene Random Copolimer


(PP-r Type 3)


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95,
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Polypropylene Random Copolimer


(PP-r type 3) is widely used in hot water floor and radiator heating systems as well. Thermic
and chemical resistance of the material
allowed application in the industry for transport
of pressurized air, gas, liquid human food and
similar.


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PP-R pipes & fittings

Stable at low temperatures up to -35C. The


common this material can be
found in:

Drinking water installation


Sanitary installation
Under floor heating
Heating
Industry

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ADVANTAGES

,
50.

Long duration, more than 50 years


good flexibility
Resistance on low temperatures
nigh resistance on heat and
pressure
Resistance on surface electric
power
Friction and corrosion resistance
Resistance at earthquakes
High sound and thermic isolation


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Mechanical and thermal properties of


Polypropilene Random Copolimer at C

Properties

Testing methods

Unit

Value

, 23
Density, at 23C

ISO R 11 83

g/cm3

0,9

MFI 190C/5kg

ISO 1133

g/10min.

0,7

MFI 230C/2,16kg

ISO 1133

g/10min.

0,50

na 23C
Thermal conductivity at 23C

DIN 52652

W/mK

0,2 - 0,4


Coefficient of linear thermal expansion

DIN 53752

K-1

1,5 x 10-4

(23)
50mm/min.
100 mm/min.
Elongation at break
at 50mm/min.
at 100mm/min.

ISO R 527


Modul of elasticity

ISO 178

N/mm2

800


Tensile stress at yeald

ISO R 527

N/mm2

21


Tensile strenght at break

ISO R 527

N/mm2

40

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Melt flow index, (MFI)

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>500

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Operating life according DIN 8078

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Temperature
C

Operation
life/years

41

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

95

12,5

8,3

Series S
5

3,2

2,5

7,4

Standard dimension rate SDR


33

26

17,6

bar

17
/

11

Pressure bar

4,9

6,2

7,8

11,8

12,4

19,7

24,8

31,2

39,3

49,5

4,6

5,8

7,3

11,0

11,5

18,3

23,1

29,1

36,6

46,1

10

4,4

5,6

7,0

10,7

11,2

17,8

22,4

28,2

35,5

44,7

25

4,2

5,4

6,8

10,2

10,7

17,1

21,5

27,1

34,1

42,9

50

4,1

5,2

6,6

9,9

10,4

16,5

20,8

26,2

33,1

41,6

100

4,0

5,0

6,4

9,6

10,1

16,0

20,2

25,5

32,1

40,4

4,1

5,2

6,6

10,0

10,5

16,6

21,0

26,4

33,3

41,9

3,8

4,8

6,1

9,3

9,7

15,4

19,4

24,5

30,8

38,8

10

3,7

4,7

5,9

9,0

9,4

14,9

18,8

23,7

29,8

37,6

25

3,6

4,5

5,7

8,6

9,0

14,3

18,0

22,7

28,6

36,0

50

3,4

4,3

5,5

8,3

8,7

13,8

17,4

22,0

27,7

34,9

100

3,3

4,2

5,3

8,0

8,4

13,4

16,9

21,3

26,8

33,7

3,5

4,4

5,5

8,4

8,8

14,0

17,6

22,2

27,9

35,2

3,2

4,0

5,1

7,7

8,1

12,9

16,2

20,5

25,8

32,5

10

3,1

3,9

4,9

7,5

7,8

12,5

15,7

19,8

24,9

31,4

25

3,0

3,7

4,7

7,1

7,5

11,9

15,0

18,9

23,8

30,0

50

2,9

3,6

4,5

6,9

7,2

11,5

14,5

18,2

23,0

29,0

100

2,8

3,5

4,4

6,7

7,0

11,1

14,0

17,6

22,2

28,0

2,9

3,6

4,6

7,0

7,3

11,6

14,6

18,5

23,2

29,3

2,6

3,3

4,2

6,4

6,7

10,7

13,5

17,0

21,4

26,9

10

2,6

3,2

4,1

6,2

6,5

10,3

13,0

16,4

20,6

26,0

25

2,4

3,1

3,9

5,9

6,2

9,8

12,4

15,6

19,6

24,7

50

2,3

2,9

3,6

5,5

5,8

9,2

11,6

14,6

18,4

23,2

100

1,9

2,4

3,0

4,6

4,8

7,7

9,7

12,2

15,4

19,4

2,4

3,0

3,8

5,8

6,0

9,6

12,1

15,2

19,2

24,2

2,2

2,7

3,5

5,3

5,5

8,8

11,1

13,9

17,6

22,1

10

2,1

2,6

3,3

5,1

5,3

8,4

10,6

13,4

16,9

21,3

25

1,8

2,3

2,9

4,4

4,6

7,3

9,2

11,6

14,6

18,4

50

1,5

1,9

2,4

3,6

3,8

6,1

7,7

9,6

12,2

15,

100

1,2

1,6

2,0

3,0

3,2

5,1

6,4

8,0

10,1

12,8

1,9

2,4

3,1

4,7

4,9

7,9

9,9

12,5

15,7

19,8

1,8

2,2

2,8

4,3

4,5

7,1

9,0

11,4

14,3

18,0

10

1,5

1,9

2,5

3,7

3,9

6,3

7,9

10,0

12,5

15,8

25

1,2

1,5

1,9

2,9

3,1

4,9

6,2

7,8

9,9

12,4

50

1,0

1,3

1,6

2,4

2,6

4,1

5,2

6,5

8,2

10,4

1,6

2,0

2,5

3,8

4,0

6,4

8,0

10,1

12,7

16,0

1,3

1,6

2,0

3,1

3,3

5,2

6,5

8,3

10,4

13,1

10

1,0

1,3

1,7

2,6

2,7

4,3

5,5

6,9

8,7

10,9

25

0,8

1,0

1,3

2,0

2,1

3,4

4,3

5,4

6,8

8,6

50

0,7

0,9

1,1

1,7

1,8

2,8

3,6

4,5

5,7

7,2

1,2

1,6

2,0

3,0

3,2

5,1

6,4

8,1

10,2

12,9

0,9

1,1

1,4

2,2

2,3

3,7

4,6

5,8

7,3

9,3

10

0,7

0,9

1,2

1,8

1,9

3,0

3,8

4,8

6,1

7,7

25

0,6

0,7

0,9

1,4

1,5

2,4

3,0

3,8

4,8

6,1

0,8

1,0

1,3

2,0

2,1

3,4

4,3

5,5

6,9

8,7

0,5

0,7

0,9

1,3

1,4

2,2

2,8

3,6

4,5

5,7

(0,4)

(0,6)

(0,7)

(1,1)

(1,2)

(1,9)

(2,3)

(3,0)

(3,7)

(4,7)

(10)

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Pressure lost

The pressure lost per meter as a


function of the flow can be seen in the
following diagram

10
.5
=2

.0
=3

V
.0
=2
V
.8
=1
V
6
.
=1
.4
=1
V

5.0
4.0

V
V
.2
=1

.0
=1 9
V
.
=0
V
8
.
=0
.7
=0

3.0

2.0
V

.4
=0

.5
=0

.6
=0

V
V

1.0
.3
=0

V
.2
=0

0.5
0.4

63

0.3
50

0.2
l/s

40

0.1

32

25

Flow capacity

0.05
0.04

20

0.03

16

0.02

0.0
0.1

0.2 0.30.4 0.5


Pressure lost

4 5

10

20

30

50

100

mWS/100m*

*) 1m = 0,1bar
1meter head = 0,1bar

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Thermal expansion of the pipe

Pipelines in interiors



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.
PPR :
= 1,5 x 10-1(K)


.

Special attention is given to the


appearances and to the stability of pipeline
when laid in interiors (and basement sand and
boiler rooms etc.). The elongation coefficient
of PP-R pipe amounts as follows
= 1,5 x 10-1(K)
The elongation value calculation ca
be supported by other examples
that follow.
Difference between working
temperature and the temperature
when laying the pipe appears to be
very important in calculating the elongation
value.

Elongation values estimating

Known and requested values

Designation

Definition

Vrednost
Value

.
Unit

(mm)
Length variation (mm)

mm

. -
Coefficient of expansion

0.15

mm/mC


Initial pipe length

10

tr


Working temperature

50

tm


Starting temperature

25

. tR tm t=tR-tm
Temperature difference

25


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PP-R

Calculation is done upon the following


equations:
Material PP-R pipes

l= x L x t

=.015mm/mC

l=0.15mm/mC x 10mm x 25C


l=37.5mm

Compensation elongation

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L
.


L.



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Holders are very easily mounted and


fixed on the PP-R pipes as well as on
the metal ones. At installations laid in interiors,
there must be taken in view
the L elongation at the very beginning
of pipeline planning. Leading the pipeline
should be in such a way that it could allow
pipe elongation and pipe free movement in
the scope of calculated elongation values L.
Only two simple possibilities could
be taken in view regarding the compensation
change in length. They should meet the PP-R
elements standards.

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lastic ("U") bend


Directional changing
L

L
SA

KT

KT

KT
LK

LK

FT
FT

Compensators


PP-R
.

All the types of metal pipeline compensators


cannot be recommended for the PP-R
pipelines.

Direction changing



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In most cases direction changing of


the pipeline could be used in elongation
changing. Distance to the fixing holder
(clamp), i.e. the console length can easily be
calculated using the following equation.

Example calculation:
Console length

Known and values required

Designation

Definition

Value

.
Unit

LK


Console length

mm

.-
Constant value for PP-R

20


Outside diameter of pipe

32

mm

Temperature difference

20

mm

LK=K D x t

LK = 20 32 mm x 20mm

LK

506mm.
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Calculation of the console length is done upon


the following equations:

LK = 506.0mm

Console length LK (according above


calculation example) amounts 506mm.
Where:
KT - sliding point
FT - fixing point

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Elastic ("U") bend



,
().

If the elongation compensation at


direction changing is not possible, an elastic
("U") bend is necessary to be performed.

:
()

Calculation example:
Elastic ("U") bend

Known and values required

Designation

Definition

Vrednost
Value

.
Unit

Amin


inimum ("U") bend width

mm

Elongation

20

mm

SA


Safe length

100

mm

Amin=2 x l + SA

The elastic ("U") bend width can be


calculated by the following equations:

Amin = 2 x 20 mm + 100mm

Amin = 140mm


140mm., :

In that case the elastic ("U") bend width is


minimum 140mm. , where:

KT-
-

KT - sliding point
FT - fixing point

L
L

SA

KT

KT
LK

FT


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Supports distance
The way and frequency of PP-R
pipeline fixing depends among other things,
of the elongation extent caused by the
temperature differences.
The fixing support divides, the pipeline
in many single sections where the elongation
possibility is enabled.
Sliding supports lead the pipeline
inside each single section.
Support distance depends on the
conditions the pipeline is used, pipe-material
and the weight of the pipeline itself, including
the filling (carrying) weight of the pipeline itself.
In practice, most useful distances appeared to
be as follows:

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D(mm) PN 20bar
Diameter of pipe D(mm) PN 20bar

Differences in
temperature
t (C)

20

25

0
20
30
40
50
60
70

85
60
60
60
60
60
55

70
70
65
60

80

50

55

32

40

50

63

75

90

110

125

140

160

180

200

cm
Distance of the support in cm
105
75
75

125
90
90
80
80
75

165
120
120
110
110
100
95

190
140
140
130
130
115

70

140
100
100
90
90
85
80

105

205
150
150
140
140
125
115

225
165
165
150
150
135
112

245
180
180
165
165
150
140

265
195
195
180
180
165
150

285
210
210
195
195
180
165

310
225
220
210
210
195
180

335
245
245
225
225
210
195

365
265
265
245
245
225
210

65

75

90

100

110

115

125

140

150

165

180

195

Transporting and stocking

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.

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.
0C

.

.
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PP-R pipes can be stocked at any


outdoors temperatures, but not direct
exposure on sunlight. At stocking, they should
always be placed all along their entire length
on the floor. Any kind of pipe-benching should
be avoided during transport and stocking.
When temperatures below 0C pipes
could suffer and be damaged by strong
strokes. Because of this careful manipulating at
low temperatures is recommended.
With no difference that PP-R pipes are
high resistant, it is recommended a careful
handling them. UV-rays affect all the highcontents polymer-plastic materials. There is a
UV-stabilizer which enables outside stocking for
6 months of the PP-pipes and their accessories.

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Instalation

Semi-fusion welding




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Welding is carried out using welding


device and simultaneous heating of the two
elements to be connected. When the welding
temperature is reached, elements should be
affixed to each other resulting in absolutely
sealed connection.

Preparing



.
.

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.


, :
260 8.

Pipes outside have to be thoroughly


clean and smooth. Face edges of the pipes
have to be cut under right angle. Prior to
welding make sure the device is in a good
condition and that the welding temperature
has been reached.
Recommended parameters for
welding, if the manufacturer don't recomend
others: Welding temperature of 260C, and
heating time 8sec.

Performance



(
) .



.



.

Pipes and the other attaching parts


should with no delay and no axial
displacement be inserted into the heating
elements up to the boundary marker.
After heating time is over, heated pipe
and attaching part are taken out of the
apparatus and should immediately be
attached to each other with not any moving
them.
It is very important to respect the
recommended depth of insertion.

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Avoiding above mentioned installation


procedure can lead up to bad connection of
pipes and leakage at the joint spot after the
installation. That is why the installater has to be
trained for this type of pipe welding

Electrofusion- welding



.

e
.

.
E-,

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,
.


.
.

The electric muff is first of all used in


repairing and welding of the existing facilities.
The procedure is easy and simple if
some simple rules are respected. Jointing parts
have to be axially directed.
After attaching them into E-joining
pipe (muff) they are to be connected to the
welding apparatus.
Further steps of the procedure go on
automatically except that the connection
performed should not be loaded unless it gets
cool.

PP R - Pipe

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Material: PP-R
Color: blue or white
Dimensions: DIN 8077/8078
Execution: hot water

D
16
20
25
32
40
50
63
75
90
110
125
140
160
180
200

PN10 SDR11 s=5


e/mm
kg/m
1,80
0,08
1,90
0,11
2,30
0,16
2,90
0,26
3,70
0,41
4,60
0,62
5,80
1,00
6,80
1,41
8,20
2,03
10,00
3,00
11,40
3,91
12,70
4,87
14,60
6,38
16,40
8,07
18,20
9,95

D - , mm
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PN16 SDR7,4 s=3,2


/mm
2,20
2,80
3,50
4,40
5,50
6,90
8,60
10,30
12,30
15,10
17,10
19,20
21,90
24,60
27,40

kg/m
0,09
0,15
0,23
0,37
0,58
0,89
1,40
2,00
2,86
4,29
5,53
6,95
9,06
11,45
14,17

PN20 SDR6 s=2,5


e/mm
2,70
3,40
4,20
5,40
6,70
8,40
10,50
12,50
15,00
18,40
20,80
23,30
26,60
29,00
33,20

kg/m
0,11
0,17
0,26
0,43
0,67
1,04
1,65
2,34
3,34
5,04
6,47
8,11
10,66
13,17
16,65

D - nominal diameter, mm
e- wall thickness, mm
kg/m - meter lenght weight

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PP Coupling

Material: PP-R
Color: blue or white
Dimensions: DIN 8077/8078
Execution: hot water

PP Union (male thread)

PN 20

PN 20

PP Elbow for wall mounting


PN 20

Dn
(mm)

Dn
Dn insert

25

20

1/2"

Dn
(mm)

Dn
Dn insert

32

20

2/4"

20

1/2"

40

20

1"

50

25

1/2"
3/4"

Dn (mm)
20

63

25

75

25

1"

90

32

1/2"

32

3/4"

32

1"

40

1 1/4"

50

1 1/2"

PP Reducer

PN 20
Dn D1
(mm)

Dn D2
(mm)

25

20

32

20

32

25

40

20

40

25

40

32

50

20

50

25

50

32

50

40

63

25

63

32


PP Threaded male elbow

PN 20

63

2"

75

2 1/2"

90

Dn
(mm)

Dn
Dn insert

20

1/2"

25

3/4"

32

1"

PP Elbow 90

PN 20
Dn (mm)

20

PP Tee

PN 20

25

Dn (mm)

32

20

40
50

25

63

32

75

40

90

50
63
75

PP Union (female thread)

PN 20
Dn
(mm)

12

45

90

PP Elbow 45

PN 20
Dn
Dn insert

20

1/2"

20

2/4"

20

1"

25

1/2"

25

3/4"

25

1"

32

1/2"

32

3/4"

32

1"

40

1 1/4"

50

1 1/2"

63

2"

75

2 1/2"

PP-R pipes & fittings

Dn (mm)
20

PP Tee reducer

PN 20

25
32
40
50
63
75
90

90
PP Elbow 90 with female tread
PN 20
Dn
(mm)

F
F insert

20

1/2"

25

3/4"

25

1/2"

32

1"

Dn D1
(mm)

Dn D2
(mm)

25
32
32
40
40
40
50
50
50
50
63
63
63
63
75
75
75
75

20
20
25
20
25
32
20
25
32
40
25
32
40
50
32
40
50
63

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PP Threaded female union tee

PN 20

PP Cap

PN 20

Dn
(mm)

Dn
Dn insert

20

1/2"

25

1/2"

25

3/4"

32

1"


()
:
:
* 20-40mm

Dn (mm)
20
25

Welding machine
(complete welding case)

32
40

Material: Teflon
Execution: welding of PP pipes
*Included welding dies 20-40mm and
pipe cuter for PP pipes

50
63
75

90

PP Threaded male union tee


PN 20
Dn
(mm)

Dn
Dn insert

20

1/2"

25

3/4"

32

1"

PP Plug

PN 20
Dn
(mm)

F
F insert

20

1/2"

25

3/4"

32

1"

/ Welding dies
Dn
(mm)
20

PP Cross

25

PN 20

32

Dn
(mm)

/ Pipe cuters

40

20

PP Bracket

40

Dn
(mm)

50

20

63

25

32

50
63

PN 20

25

Dn
(mm)
20 - 40

75

32
40

50

PP Union (welding at both ends)


PN 20
Dn
(mm)

20

PP Valve

PN 20

25
32

Dn
(mm)

40

20

50

25

63

32

75


PP Surmounting curve

( )

PP Valve (chrome plated)

PN 20
Dn
(mm)

PN 20
Dn (mm)

L (mm)

20

395

25

395

32

395

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25

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VL: ( 10%)
L: ( > 10%)
GL: 20
H:
TR:

Agresive Media

Conce- Chemical Resistance


tration 20C 60C 100C

Agresive Media
Benzine - Benzol mixture

Polypropylene is one of the polymers with highest chemical


resistance. The chemical resistance of pipes and fittings made of
Polypropylene Random Copolymer according to the German
Standard DIN 8078 given in the following table.
Chemical resistance is dependent on the kind of chemical, its
composition, concetracion, temperature and the duration of
exposure. Therefore the concetrations of the chemicals and
resistance at three different temperatures are included in the
table.
Chemical resistance is presented in the following four groups:
Resistive
Limited resistance
Nonresistive
Insufficient information
The following symbols describe the chemicals concetration:
VL: Diluted (mass ratio 10%)
L: Diluted (mass ratio > 10%)
GL: Saturated dilution at 20C
H: Commercial grade
TR: Technically pure
Conce- Chemical Resistance
tration 20C 60C 100C

Acetaldehyde

Rare

Acetaldehyde

TR

Benzol

8090/2090
TR

Agresive Media

Conce- Chemical Resistance


tration 20C 60C 100C

Chrotonic aldehyde

TR

Citric acid

VL
VL

Acetephenon

TR

Benzil chloride

TR

Citric acid

Acetic acid anhydride

TR

Borax

City gas

Acetic acid, diluted

TR

Boric acid

Coconut fat alcohol

TR

Acetic acid, diluted

40%

TR

Acetone

TR

Acid-acetanhydride

40%

GL

Bromine

TR

Coconut oil

Bromine vapours

All

Cognac

Butadiene, gas

TR

Copper(II)chloride

GL

Acrilonitrile

TR

Butane (2)diol(1,4)

TR

Copper(I)cyanide

GL

Adipic acid

TR

Butanediol

TR

Copper(III) nitrate

30%

Air

TR

Butanetriol(1,2,4)

TR

Copper sulphate

GL

Alaune Me - Me III sulphate

GL

Butin(2)diol(1,4)

TR

Corn oil

TR

Allyl alcohol, diluted

96%

Butyl acetate

TR

Cotton oil

Alum

GL

Butyl alcohol

TR

Cresol

90%
>90%

TR

Aluminium chloride

GL

Butyl phenol

GL

Cresol

Aluminium sulphate

GL

Butyl phenon

TR

Cyclohexane

TR

Amber acid

GL

Butylene glycol

10%

Cyclohexanol

TR

2-Amino-ethanol

TR

Butylene glycol

TR

Cyclohexanone

TR

Ammonia, gas

TR

Butylene, liquid

TR

Dextrine

Ammonia, liquid

TR

Calcium cabonate

GL

Dextrine

Anilin

TR

Calcium chloride

GL

Dextrose

20%

GL

Ammonia, water

GL

Calcium hydroxide

Ammonium acetate

GL

Calcium hypochlorite

Ammonium carbonate

GL

Calcium nitrate

Ammonium chloride

GL

1,2 Diaminoethan

TR

Dichloro acetic acid

TR

GL

Dichloro acetic acid

50%

Carboline

Dichloro benzene

TR

Ammonium floride

Carbon dioxide, gas

All

Dichloro ethylene (1,1-1,2)

TR

Ammonium nitrate

GL

Carbondioxide, liquid

All

Diesel oil

Ammonium phosphate

GL

Carbonhydride

Diethyl amine

TR

Rare

Ammonium sulphate

GL

Carbonimonoxide

All

Diethyl ether

TR

Amyl acetate

TR

Carbonsulphide

TR

Diglycolic acid

GL

Amyl alcohol

TR

Caustic soda

Dihexyl phatalate

TR

Aniline

TR

Chloral

TR

Di-iso octylphatalate

TR

Anilin hydrochloride

GL

Chloramine

D-iso propylether

TR

Anon

TR

Chlorethanol

TR

Dimethyformamide

Anon (Cyclohexanone)

TR

Chloric acid

1%

Dymethyl amine

100%

Chloric acid

10%

Di-n butyl ether

TR

90%

Chloric acid

20%

Dinonyl phatalate

TR

Dioctyl phatalate

TR

Antifreeze
Antimony trichloride

60%

TR

Apple acid /

Chlorine

0,5%

Apple acid /

GL

Chlorine

1%

Dioxane

TR

Apple wine (ortho)

Chlorine

GL

Drinking water

TR

Aqua regia

Chlorine, gas

TR

Ethanol

Arsenic acid

40%

Chlorine, water

TR

Ethanol+2% toluene

L
96%

Arsenic acid

80%

Chloroacetic acid

Ethyl acetate

TR

Barium hydroxide

GL

Chlorobenzol

TR

Ethyl alcohol

TR

Barium salts

GL

Chloroform

TR

Ethyl benzol

TR

Battery acid

Chlor sulphon acid

TR

Ethyl chloride

TR

Beer

Chromic acid

Ethylene diamine

TR

Benzaldehyde

GL

Chromic acid/Sulphuric acid/water 15/35/50%

Ethylene glycol

TR

14

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40%

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Agresive Media
Ethylene oxide
Fatty acid

Conce- Chemical Resistance


tration 20C 60C 100C

Agresive Media

Conce- Chemical Resistance


tration 20C 60C 100C

Agresive Media

Conce- Chemical Resistance


tration 20C 60C 100C

TR

2-Nitrotoluen

TR

Sodium hydrox

60%

20%

Nitroyus gases

All

Sodium hypochloride

20%

Fatty acids>C4

TR

Oleum(H2SO4+SO3)

TR

Sodium hypochlorite

10%

Fermentation malt

Olive oil

TR

Sodium hypochlorite

20%
GL

Fertilizer salts

GL

Oxalic acid

GL

Sodium nitrate

Film bath

Oxygen

TR

Sodium silicate

Fluorine

TR

Ozone

0,5ppm

Sodium sulphate

L
GL

Fluosilicic acid

32%

Paraffin emulsions

Sodium sulphide

GL

Formaldehyde

40%

Paraffin oil

TR

Sodium sulphide

40%

Formic acid

10%

Perchloric acid

20%

Sodium thiosulphate

GL

Formic acid

85%

Perchloroethylene

TR

Sodium triphosphate

GL

Fructose

Petroleum

TR

Sayabean oil

TR

Fruit wuices

Petroleum ether

TR

Strach solution

All

Furfuryl alcohol

TR

Phenol

5%

Strach syrup

All

Gelatine

Phenol

90%

Sulphurdioxide

All

Glucose

20%

Glycerine

TR

Glycolic acid
Grease

30%
H

HCL/HNO3

75%/25%

Heptane

TR

Hexane
Hexanetriol (1,2,6)

Phenyl hydrazine

TR

Sulphurdioxide, gas

TR

Phenyl hydrazine hydrochloride

TR

Sulphurdioxide, liquid

All

Phosgene

TR

Sulphuric acid

10%

Phosphates

GL

Sulphuric acid

10-80%

Phosphoric acid

80%-TR

85%

Sulphuric acid

Phosphorus oxychloride

TR

Sulphuric acid

TR

Phthalic acid

GL

Sulphuric acid

All

TR

Photo emulsions

Sulphur trioxide

All

Hydrazine hudrate

TR

Hydrobromine acid

48%

Photo fixing baths

Tar oil

Picric acid

GL

Tetrachloroethanone

TR

Hydrochloric acid

20%

Patassium bichromate

GL

Tetrachloroethylene

TR

Hydrochloric acid

20-36%

Potassium bromate

10%

Tetrachloromethane

TR

Hydrofluoric acid

40%

Potassium bromide

GL

Tetraethyl lead

TR

Hydrofluoric acid

70%

Potassium carbonate

GL

Tetrahydrofurane

TR
TR

Hydrogen

TR

Potassium chlorate

GL

Tetrahydronaphatalene

Hydrogen chloride

TR

Potassium chloride

GL

Thionyl chloride

TR

Potassium chromate

GL

Tin (II) chloride

GL

Hydrgen proxide
Hydrosyanic acid
Hydroxylammonium sulfate

30%
TR

Potassium cyanide

Tin (IV) chloride

GL

12%

Potassium fluoride

GL

Toulene

TR
TR

Iodine solution

Potassium hydrogen carbonate

GL

Trichloroethylene

Isooctane

TR

Potassium hydroxide

50%

Trichloro asetic acid

50%

Isopropyl

TR

Potassium iodide

GL

Tricresyl phosphate

TR

Kerosen

Potassium nitrate

GL

Triethanolamin

Potassium perchlorate

10%

Wine vinegar

Lastic acid

90%

Lanolin

Potassium permanganate

GL

Xylene

TR

Lead acetate

GL

Potassium persulfate

GL

Yeast

All
GL

Linseed oil

Potassium sulfate

GL

Zink

Lubricating oils

TR

Propane, gas

TR

Trioctyl phosphate

TR

Magnesium chloride

GL

Propanol (I)

TR

Urea

GL

Vaseline oil

TR

7%

Magnesium hydrocarbonate

GL

Propargyl alcohol

Magnesium salts

GL

Propionic acid

Magnesium sulphate

GL

Propylene glycol

TR

>50%

Vinegar

Vinyl acetate

TR
VL

Menthol

TR

Pyridin

TR

Washing powder

Methanol

TR

Seawater, brine

Waste gases

Methanol

5%

Silicic acid

Methyl acetate

TR

Silico fluoric acid

32%

32%

Silicone emulsion

Wax

Silicone oil

TR

Wine acid
Wines

Methyl amine

All

Methyl bromide

TR

Methyl chloride

TR

Silver nitrate

GL

Methyl ethyl ketone

TR

Silver salts

GL

Mercury

TR

Sodium acetate

GL

Mercury salts

GL

Sodium benzoate

35%

Milk

Sodium bicarbonate

GL

Mineral water

Sodium bisulphate

GL

Sodium bisulphite

TR

Sodium carbonate

50%

Natural gas

TR

Sodium chlorate

GL

Nickel salts

GL

Sodium chloride

VL

Nitric acid

10%

Sodium chlorite

VL

Nitric acid

10-50%

Sodium chlorite

2-20%

Nitric acid

>50%

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Rare
H
H
10%
H

Molasses
Motor oil

Sodium chromate

containing hydrogen fluoride


Water, pure

GL

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